Attenborough, Johnson to make climate plea

Naturalist David Attenborough is urging the world to view climate change and the loss of nature as worldwide security threats. – EPA pic, February 23, 2021.

VETERAN British naturalist David Attenborough and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make direct pleas today to the United Nations Security Council to take “urgent action” on climate change or face worsening global instability.

Johnson, who is chairing a virtual session of the council on climate and security, will urge members to help vulnerable countries adapt to climate change and “take steps to cut global emissions to net zero by 2050”, according to his Downing Street office. 

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